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- 1:00 PM-2:30 PM (Central)
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- 11:00 AM-12:30 PM (Pacific)
Creative Commons (CC) licenses provide those creating copyrightable works with an opportunity to outline terms under which others can reuse them, eliminating the need for users to seek permission for their use of the work. With over one billion CC licensed works available online; chances are good that librarians and patrons encounter these works frequently. Unfortunately there are many myths and misconceptions surround the CC licenses. In this webinar, we will work to sort fact from fiction by exploring each of the seven licenses in-depth, reviewing relevant court cases to see what they tell us about the use of CC licensed works, and explore best practices for licensing our own works under CC licenses and helping our patrons to do the same.
Develop an understanding of the seven types of Creative Commons licenses.
Gain an understanding of recent court decisions that explore Creative Commons licensing and how these may impact libraries and our users.
Learn tips and best practices for helping colleagues and patrons identify which Creative Commons license may be best suited to attach to copyrightable works they have created that they wish to make available to others.
Who Should Attend
Academic librarians who assist patrons who may be interested in using Creative Commons works or who may be interested using these licenses when sharing their works with others. This webinar will also be of interest to those librarians looking to publish works (PowerPoint presentations, articles, book chapters, etc.) as Open Access (OA) works as Creative Commons licenses are often used by OA publishers.
Carla Myers serves as Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Scholarly Communications for the Miami University Libraries. Her professional presentations and publications focus on library copyright and scholarly communications issues.
ACRL member: $50
ALA member: $75
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How to Register
Registration will be available in January 2019.
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